Evaluate and explain the role of human resources in healthcare organizations.Review the model of Strategic Management of Human Resources and describe how it impacts an organization.

Evaluate and explain the role of human resources in healthcare organizations.Review the model of Strategic Management of Human Resources and describe how it impacts an organization.
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Review the model of Strategic Management of Human Resources and describe how it impacts an organization.

3–5 Pages excluding cover page, abstract page, and reference page. Students need to support their work with at least 4 academic or professional peer–reviewed sources published within the past five years.

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Objectives:
Evaluate and explain the role of human resources in healthcare organizations
Examine how human resources can enhance organizational performance in various types of healthcare organizations
Explain how issues related to the regulation of human resources by federal, state and other regulatory bodies affects organizational performance in healthcare management
Here is the Model:

Patient Bill of Rights:

One of the central stakeholders in any health care environment is the patient. The Patient’s Bill of Rights is not as simple as it sounds, and it is also not as universal as it seems. It can take the form of a code of conduct in the protocols of the company, a tort rule, or a law. In any of these cases, it is intended to explain what any patient might be able to expect from the health care providers. It also outlines the patient’s roles and responsibilities with regard to managing his or her own care. The official version (created by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services) was created to start after the Accountable Care Act, but there have been state and local variations of this for many years (Federal Register, 2010). There have also been several versions of this in the Senate and the House of Representatives.


 

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